Merry Pissed-mas: A Christmas & New Years Eve booze guide

Well what a year it’s been! We’ve had our world’s rocked upside down and while there’ve definitely been highs for some there’s been rock bottom lows for other.

What we need now is to relax into the last couple of weeks of the year and enjoy some more time at home, whether that looks like time together as a family IRL or catching up online together.

We should also celebrate the successes however small, like the fact you managed to get granny to work a laptop or the fact you’ve had time to read more, let’s look for the positives of 2020 and let’s raise a glass to the small victories!

I’ve myself really got into cocktail making this year, it’s been nice each weekend to take the time to learn how to make a new one, and enjoy the process. Of course, remember to please enjoy responsibly! This post is in no way encouraging you to bing drink, hopefully instead to show you some new discoveries and smaller brands you can support if you do decide to raise a glass of something alcoholic over the festive period and beyond. (Currently looking at the prospect of national lockdown for January so no judgement here! Lol)

They are also perfect for gifting or simply enjoying at home yourself.

Champagne & Wines:

Angel Champagne Brut NV £99.99

Aged for 30 months, this stunning Champagne comes housed in a led light up case.

Champagne Thiénot & Speedy #3 £84.99

A collaboration with artist Speedy Graphito & Champagne Thiénot

Prosecco Bosca de Merlot £11.60

Prosecco Astoria Galíe DOC Treviso £12.95


Wasabi Vodka £29

Mix for a unique take on a Dirty Martini or Bloody Mary

Beluga Celebration Vodka £39.99

I adore this metallic bottle vodka! Perfect for gifting too.

King of Soho Variorum Gin £30.45

A pink berry edition of the King of Soho London Dry Gin

Stauning Rye Whiskey £56.95

A floor-malted rye whiskey from the Danish West Coast

Mr Black Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur £29.95

Perfect for Espresso Martinis!

Jaffa Cake Rum £29.95

Made with orange peel, cocoa powder and real life Jaffa Cakes!

Jaffa Cake Gin £27.95

Made with Orange Peel, cocoa powder and real life no-fooling jaffa cakes!

Porters Orchid Gin £34.95

Inspired by the Champagne Chardonnay grape and with base notes of green apple, pear and juniper.

Caorunn Raspberry Gin £19.99 (also available at Morrison’s)

Enjoy with tonic or perfect for Gin Brambles

Nine Elms No18 (Non alcoholic) £16.95

This non alcoholic drink is perfect replacement for Red wine with its cranberry tartness, tannic black tea and earthy, leafy notes.

Looking for more inspiration?

Then check out these posts also:

Gifts for Home Makers

Gifts for Kids

Gifts for Her

Gifts for Him

My Favorite Festive Candles

7 unique Perfumes to gift this Christmas

Luxe Beauty Gifts

Beauty gifts up to £100

Beauty gifts for the Tree & Table

This is not a sponsored post. However all products featured were gifted for review purposes. All views and words remain authors own and each product featured was especially hand selected by myself as gifts I’d genuinely buy. Some links may be affiliate

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